3rd Grade

3rd grade Intro to GPS video

3rd Grade GPS

Updated 09/25/18 to include highlighted “Major Standards” for the grade level

3rd grade Success Criteria for all standards

Kid friendly 3rd grade-Success-Criteria-for-the-Year

Have the students glue them in their interactive notebook, put them in newsletters to parents, or laminate them for their desks.

Next Steps Grade 3 IREADY

After the  iReady diagnostics your students are given a placement in each domain. If you click on a student’s name and then the domain (NBT, OA, MD, G) you will get information to show you what they can do and their next steps for instruction. Use this document to guide you in your instruction for the NBT and OA domains. 

Assessments are located on Blackboard

Tools to copy/laminate

10 x 10 multiplication array

10 x 10 grids

Clock faces

Look-alike rectangles

Big Geoboard pattern

Small geoboard patterns

Rectangles Made with 36 Tiles recording sheet

Tangrams

Printable Open Number Line


Planning Sheet

Daily Planning Sheet


Number Talks

Monthly Number Talks (suggested document-purchased already by every school)

The purchased number talk starts in September. Use the August flipchart above to start Number Talks in August.

 


The First 10 Days of Math

Grade 3 First Ten Days of Math

Problem of the Day

August – September:

Flipcharts found on this site:

  • These flipcharts contain sample questions.
  • They do not always go in order. 
  • PLEASE DO NOT GO PAGE BY PAGE (slide one is not day one, etc.).

As you consider using the flipchart:

1. Think about the learning intention and success criteria you plan to use for this slide and the questions you will use to elicit understanding.

2. Write/Post/Say the learning intention and success criteria so the students understand the expectation, self-monitor, and self-assess their personal level of understanding. 

3. Then, select appropriate experiences to meet your students’ needs. Depending on your learning intention and success criteria, you may need to do another similar problem, or more similar problems,  to build their understanding.  Having more than one problem helps you to meet all students’ needs and be able to easily differentiate  (remediating/extending).

Rounding & Fluency to 1,000 with Addition and Subtraction Strategies

Graphing: Pictographs and Bar Graphs

digit place final place value cover up

place value yahtzee  Place_Value_Yahtzee_Score_Card


Get to know your class through graphing data and then analyze it (ask questions)

 

 

 

 

 

 

graphing question of the day questions (start on page 2)

October – January:

Multiplication & Division

Area and Perimeter

October – December: Time

January: Quadrilaterals

Area Battle

AreaBlock

Video of Upside down teaching with commutative propertyMultiplication Subitizing cards under Fluency Page

Fletcher Multiplication-Subitizing-Cards-Dice

Video of Graham using the cards with his daughter

Greg Tang Word Problem Generator:

 

 

 

 

 

 

February – April:

Flipcharts found on this site:

  • These flipcharts contain sample questions.
  • They do not always go in order. 
  • PLEASE DO NOT GO PAGE BY PAGE (slide one is not day one, etc.).

As you consider using the flipchart:

1. Think about the learning intention and success criteria you plan to use for this slide and the questions you will use to elicit understanding.

2. Write/Post/Say the learning intention and success criteria so the students understand the expectation, self-monitor, and self-assess their personal level of understanding. 

3. Then, select appropriate experiences to meet your students’ needs. Depending on your learning intention and success criteria, you may need to do another similar problem, or more similar problems,  to build their understanding.  Having more than one problem helps you to meet all students’ needs and be able to easily differentiate  (remediating/extending).

Fractions

Measuring to the Nearest 1/4 of an inch and Line Plots

 

 

COVER A FRACTION–Thank you Allison Ross for this resource!!!!

Common Core Worksheets for Line Plots

March: Liquid Volume and Mass

Fluency Games


FSA

fsa standards coverage        

math grid bubble practice

2018 Grade 3 Test Item Specifications-Paper Based Test

FSA 3rd practice test


Operations and Algebraic Thinking

How to Use The Above Video: Watch and ask: What do you notice? What do you wonder? What is the same? What is different? What story could match the first one? How would the story have to be different to match the second one?


Numbers and Operations in Base Ten

 


Numbers and Operations in Fractions


Geometry

 

 

Measurement and Data

Build and Explore